Kaihua Longding, half-roasted green tea, is produced in the Dalongshan area of Kaihua, Zhejiang. It is also known as “Longding tea”. Kaihua Longding has been listed as a tribute tea since the Chongzhen period of the Ming Dynasty. It was lost afterwards. It was developed in the 1950s and resumed production in 1979. It became a new star among the famous teas in Zhejiang. Kaihua Longding Tea, a specialty of Kaihua County, Zhejiang Province, is a product of China’s National Geographical Indications. Kaihua Longding tea is produced in Dalong Mountain in Qixi Township, Kaihua County, Zhejiang Province, Shier Mountain in Suzhuang Township, and Baiyun Mountain in Xikou Township. Among them, Baiyun Mountain is the main producing area of Kaihua Longding. The tea is picked in Qingming and Guyu, using one bud and one leaf or one bud and two leaves on the shoots of vigorous and robust branches as raw materials.